# use phi in a sentence.

Which is O(*phi*^n).

Ah *phi*, the most irrational number.

Xeon works "synergistically" with Xeon *Phi* ;)

I would put *phi* before a lot of those.

Mu = 231, *Phi* = 158, Delta = 553, Beta = 68, Omega=0

How is it different from Tilera and Intel's Xeon *Phi*?

Did you pick *Phi* Delta Toolbag on purpose, or was it a random name you drummed up?

Minor correction: LibFirm also generates pruned SSA, which is the property that guarantees lack of dead *phis*.

The intersection between Ecco readers and the Dan Brown crowd, imo, is *phi*.

Nice as a continued fraction:*phi* = 1 + 1/(1+1/(1+1/(1+...

The lowercase *phi* (φ) is the accepted standard denotation for the golden ratio.

I'm hoping for Xeon *Phi* coprocessors as standard a option too.

I can recommend a book called: The Golden Ratio: The Story of *Phi* - the World's Most Astonishing Number.

The closed form still depends on the precision of the decimal expansion of the irrational constant *phi*, the golden ratio.

Now that Intel has announced Xeon *Phi*, I dare to hope that "gpu programming" will become an artifact of the past, so "open-source drivers" will become a moot point anyway.

Naive implementation might be: fib :: Integer -> Integer
fib x = truncate $ ( 1 / sqrt 5 ) * ( *phi* ^ x - psi ^ x )
twhere
t *phi* = ( 1 + sqrt 5 ) / 2
t psi = ( 1 - sqrt 5 ) / 2

Does DreamIt Ventures have any relation with Phily Hackethon.

This may be a previous discussion of Intel, but it is certainly not a discussion of the Xeon *Phi* coprocessor.